The Dark Knight Rises

Following the death of District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman assumes responsibility for Dent’s crimes to protect the late attorney’s reputation and is subsequently hunted by the Gotham City Police Department. Eight years later, Batman encounters the mysterious Selina Kyle and the villainous Bane, a new terrorist leader who overwhelms Gotham’s finest. The Dark Knight resurfaces to protect a city that has branded him an enemy.
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Film Cast:

  • Bruce Wayne / Batman: Christian Bale
  • Alfred Pennyworth: Michael Caine
  • James Gordon: Gary Oldman
  • Selina Kyle / Catwoman: Anne Hathaway
  • Bane: Tom Hardy
  • Miranda Tate / Talia al Ghul: Marion Cotillard
  • John Blake: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
  • Lucius Fox: Morgan Freeman
  • Peter Foley: Matthew Modine
  • Jen: Juno Temple
  • John Daggett: Ben Mendelsohn
  • Phillip Stryver: Burn Gorman
  • Captain Jones: Daniel Sunjata
  • Jonathan Crane / Scarecrow: Cillian Murphy
  • Leonid Pavel: Alon Aboutboul
  • Ra’s al Ghul: Liam Neeson
  • Anthony Garcia: Nestor Carbonell
  • Barsad: Josh Stewart
  • CIA Op: Aidan Gillen
  • Prisoner: Tom Conti
  • Young Talia al Ghul: Joey King
  • Young Ra’s al Ghul: Josh Pence
  • Douglas Fredericks: John Nolan
  • Mercenary Security #1: Warren Brown
  • Special Ops Sergeant: Sam Kennard
  • Hooded Man: Aliash Tepina
  • Caterer: Nick Julian
  • Maid #2: Miranda Nolan
  • Maid #3: Claire Julien
  • Congressman: Brett Cullen
  • Ross: Reggie Lee
  • DWP Man: Joseph Lyle Taylor
  • Fr. Reilly: Chris Ellis
  • SWAT in Dive Bar: Duane Henry
  • SWAT in Alley: James Harvey Ward
  • Cop in Manhole: Gonzalo Menendez
  • Sewer Thug #1: Cameron Jack
  • Sewer Thug #2: Lex Daniel
  • Mark: Tyler Dean Flores
  • Doctor: Thomas Lennon
  • Yuppie: Trevor White
  • Allen: Rob Brown
  • Foley’s Wife: Daina Griffith
  • Exchange Security Chief: Fredric Lehne
  • Female Security Guard: Courtney Munch
  • Paparazzi #1: Chris Hill
  • Paparazzi #2: Travis Guba
  • Rich Twit: Jay Benedict
  • Officer Simon Jansen: Will Estes
  • Shoe Shine Man at GSE: David Dayan Fisher
  • Trader #1: Glen Powell
  • Trader #2: Ben Cornish
  • Trader #3: Russ Fega
  • Valet at Museum: Andres Perez-Molina
  • Veteran Cop: Brent Briscoe
  • 2 Star Air Force General: Oliver Cotton
  • Airport Cop: Mark Killeen
  • Analyst #1: Sarah Goldberg
  • Analyst #2: John Macmillan
  • Army Captain at Bridge: Robert Wisdom
  • Cement Truck Driver: Ronnie Gene Blevins
  • CIA Analyst: John Hollingworth
  • Cop with Gordon: Ian Bohen
  • Blind Prisoner: Uri Gavriel
  • Ex-Prisoner at River: Noel Gugliemi
  • Gangbanger: Hector Atreyu Ruiz
  • Huge Inmate: Patrick Cox
  • Kid with Apple: Aramis Knight
  • President: William Devane
  • Skinny Prisoner: David Gyasi
  • Special Forces #2: Patrick Jordan
  • Mercenary at City Hall: Joshua Elijah Reese
  • Uniform: Desmond Harrington
  • Bomb Truck Driver: Mychael Bates
  • Wayne’s Lawyer: Tomas Arana
  • Applied Sciences Tech #1: Peter Holden
  • Applied Sciences Tech #2: David Monahan
  • Lawyer’s Clerk: Jillian Armenante
  • Greeter at Museum: Aja Evans
  • Valet at Wayne Enterprises: Aldous Davidson
  • Warden at Blackgate: Wade Williams
  • Waiter in Florence Café: Jake Canuso
  • Reporter at Stadium: Julie Mun
  • Little Boy at Bridge: Rory Nolan
  • Younger Prison Child: Harry Coles
  • Janitor at GSE: Massi Furlan
  • Uniform #2: Todd Gearhart
  • Mercenary Security #4: Christopher Judge
  • Board Member #2: Patrick Leahy
  • Thug #1 in Basement: Kevin Kiely Jnr
  • Thug #2 in Basement: Daniel Newman
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): Marc Abbink
  • Young Stock Broker (uncredited): Isiah Adams
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): Charlie Alejandro
  • Former Upscaler (uncredited): Robert Arensen
  • Angry Mobster / Prisoner (uncredited): Grant Babbitt
  • Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited): Fileena Bahris
  • Mercenary (uncredited): Rick Bolander
  • Police Officer (uncredited): Kyle Patrick Brennan
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): Scott Churchson
  • Gotham Rogues Coach (uncredited): Bill Cowher
  • Pentagon Navy Petty (uncredited): Graham Curry
  • Harvey Dent / Two-Face (archive footage) (uncredited): Aaron Eckhart
  • Reporter (uncredited): Stephanie Domini Ehlert
  • Older Upscale Person (uncredited): John Farrer
  • Prisoner / Thug (uncredited): Frank Fata
  • Stock Broker (uncredited): Christopher Bryan Gomez
  • Thug (uncredited): Vito Grassi
  • Stockbroker in Snipers Scoop – Stock Exchange (uncredited): Michael Wren Gucciardo
  • Police Officer (uncredited): Ed Heavey
  • Gotham Police Officer / Fan (uncredited): John W. Iwanonkiw
  • Gordon’s Cop #4 (uncredited): Cindy Jackson
  • Boom Operator News Crew (uncredited): Daniel Jordano
  • Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited): Tiffany Kemp
  • Stock Broker (uncredited): Sun Jae Kim
  • Thug (uncredited): Hrvoje Klecz
  • Wall Street Broker (uncredited): Alex Kruz
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): Tyler La Marr
  • Thug (uncredited): LeJon
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): Paul Jude Letersky
  • Prisoner (uncredited): Joe Lipari
  • Tourist (uncredited): Silvia Lombardo
  • Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited): Jorge Mardel
  • Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited): Cale McConnell
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): David Dale McCue
  • Prison Guard (uncredited): Michael Papajohn
  • Prisoner / Mob (uncredited): Salomon Passariello
  • Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited): Tiffany Sander McKenzie
  • Angry Mobster (uncredited): Allen Merritt
  • Wayne Enterprises Security (uncredited): Olan Montgomery
  • Mercenary (uncredited): Alex Moore
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): Shane Nolan
  • Gotham Stock Trader (uncredited): Kyle David Pierce
  • Gotham Rogues Player (uncredited): Troy Polamalu
  • Gotham Police Officer (uncredited): Michael Power
  • Thug (uncredited): James Rawlings
  • Doris in Black (uncredited): Kirsten Roeters
  • Gotham Rogues Player (uncredited): Ben Roethlisberger
  • Gotham Police Officer (uncredited): Mark Roman
  • Angry Thug (uncredited): Eric Salazar
  • Hot Football Fan (uncredited): Emily Schooley
  • Gotham Rogues Owner (uncredited): Thomas Tull
  • Thug (uncredited): Chris Vaina
  • Gotham Rogues Fan (uncredited): Barbara Vincent
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): Justin Michael Woods
  • Mercenary Soldier (uncredited): Jason Yee
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): John Zion
  • Thug (uncredited): Alex Ziwak
  • Gotham City Police Officer (uncredited): Tommy Bayiokos
  • Football Fan (uncredited): Matthew Gooley
  • Cop (uncredited): Jeff Moffitt
  • Thug (uncredited): Diogo Hausen
  • Prisoner (uncredited): Gary Sievers
  • Mercenary (uncredited): Orion McCabe
  • Court Room Thug (uncredited): London May
  • Gothamite (uncredited): James Quinn
  • Police Officer (uncredited): Joe Fishel
  • Football Spectator (uncredited): Ming Wang
  • Bane’s Henchmen (uncredited): Simon Rhee
  • Gotham Rogues Player: Hines Ward
  • Gotham Rogues Player: Heath Miller
  • Gotham City Rogues Football Player (uncredited): Collin Taylor

Film Crew:

  • Original Music Composer: Hans Zimmer
  • Producer: Charles Roven
  • Story: Christopher Nolan
  • Screenplay: Jonathan Nolan
  • Producer: Emma Thomas
  • Camera Operator: Wally Pfister
  • Casting: John Papsidera
  • Story: David S. Goyer
  • Characters: Bob Kane
  • Editor: Lee Smith
  • Makeup Artist: Patty York
  • Executive Producer: Michael Uslan
  • Executive Producer: Benjamin Melniker
  • Stunts: Jim Palmer
  • Makeup Artist: Karen Blynder
  • Costume Design: Lindy Hemming
  • Set Decoration: Paki Smith
  • Art Direction: Robert Woodruff
  • Production Design: Nathan Crowley
  • Production Design: Kevin Kavanaugh
  • Supervising Art Director: Naaman Marshall
  • Second Assistant Director: Paula Turnbull
  • Electrician: Timothy Healy
  • Rigging Grip: Brian ‘Buzz’ Buzzelli
  • ADR Supervisor: R.J. Kizer
  • Executive Producer: Thomas Tull
  • Stunts: Lee Sheward
  • Stunts: Declan Mulvey
  • Art Direction: Gerald Sullivan
  • Art Direction: Zack Grobler
  • Orchestrator: Kevin Kaska
  • Stunts: Rick Avery
  • Executive Producer: Kevin De La Noy
  • Co-Producer: Jordan Goldberg
  • Grip: David Ariniello
  • Production Manager: Karl McMillan
  • VFX Supervisor: May Leung
  • Stunts: Philippe Vonlanthen
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Gary Rizzo
  • Stunts: Doug Coleman
  • Color Timer: David Orr
  • Stunts: Anthony Molinari
  • Stunts: Christopher Place
  • ADR Voice Casting: Barbara Harris
  • Key Grip: Sanjay Sami
  • Stunts: Carrick O’Quinn
  • Boom Operator: Ashraf Khan
  • Orchestrator: Bruce Fowler
  • Stunts: Roy T. Anderson
  • Assistant Editor: William Fletcher
  • Art Direction: Dean Wolcott
  • Makeup Artist: Paul Molnar
  • Casting: Toby Whale
  • Stunts: Jim Wilkey
  • Supervising Art Director: James Hambidge
  • Stunts: Aaron Vexler
  • Set Costumer: Carmia Marshall
  • Dialogue Editor: Hugo Weng
  • Stunts: Adam Horton
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Chris Corbould
  • Stunts: Raymond Mamrak
  • Stunts: David Gere
  • Foley Artist: John Roesch
  • Grip: Emanuele Salvatore
  • Visual Effects Producer: Mike Chambers
  • Costume Assistant: Sarah Springer
  • Production Manager: Emmanuel Pappas
  • Chief Lighting Technician: Cory Geryak
  • Stunts: Stephen W. Schriver
  • Costumer: Azalia Snail
  • Costume Supervisor: Linda Matthews
  • Makeup Department Head: Luisa Abel
  • Art Direction: Sue Whitaker
  • Stunts: Samantha MacIvor
  • Stunts: Jared Burke
  • Costume Supervisor: Laura Downing
  • Set Costumer: Rebecca Levin
  • Costumer: Taylor Smith
  • Stunts: Ray Siegle
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Richard King
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Gregg Landaker
  • Sound Effects Editor: Bryan O. Watkins
  • Propmaker: Ray Maxwell
  • Production Office Assistant: Bradley Porter
  • Lighting Technician: Greg Patterson
  • Sculptor: Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Scott R. Fisher
  • Camera Operator: Greg Baldi
  • Camera Operator: P. Scott Sakamoto
  • Transportation Coordinator: Denny Caira
  • Stunts: Trampas Thompson
  • Extras Casting: Katie Shenot
  • Script Supervisor: Steve Gehrke
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Christine Bean
  • Visual Effects Editor: Derrick Mitchell
  • Key Costumer: John M. ‘Jack’ Wright
  • Sound Effects Editor: Michael W. Mitchell
  • Construction Coordinator: Joe Ondrejko
  • Sound Effects Editor: Ken J. Johnson
  • Set Costumer: Lori Harris
  • Dialect Coach: Francie Brown
  • Electrician: Martin Taylor
  • Pilot: Craig Hosking
  • Stunts: Trevor Habberstad
  • Construction Coordinator: Amanda Pettett
  • Set Costumer: Hana Rausalova
  • Art Direction: Tom Still
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Jeff Brink
  • Dialect Coach: Paula Jack
  • Set Costumer: Alison Evans
  • Costume Assistant: Crystal Gomes
  • Set Costumer: Amanda Jenkins
  • Art Department Coordinator: Jenne Lee
  • Set Designer: Theodore Sharps
  • Foley Artist: Alyson Dee Moore
  • Greensman: Ian Whiteford
  • Aerial Director of Photography: Hans Bjerno
  • Set Costumer: Mustapha Mimis
  • Costumer: Malik Summers
  • Leadman: Bruce Lee Gross
  • Still Photographer: Ron Phillips
  • Production Coordinator: Katherine Tibbetts
  • Set Costumer: Alejandro M. Hernandez
  • Ager/Dyer: Scott T. Coppock
  • Dialect Coach: Kathleen S. Dunn
  • Assistant Director: Matthew Reedy
  • Lighting Technician: Cooper Donaldson
  • Costume Design: Roberto Craciunica
  • Production Supervisor: Candice D. Campos
  • Sound Mix Technician: Ryan Murphy
  • Aerial Director of Photography: Steve Koster
  • Travel Coordinator: Matthew Jenkins
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Pete Bebb
  • Wigmaker: Natasha Ladek
  • Hair Supervisor: Joe Hopker
  • Painter: Chris Bertholf
  • Key Makeup Artist: Jay Wejebe
  • ADR Recordist: Ryan Young
  • Construction Foreman: William Gideon
  • Sequence Supervisor: Joel Green
  • Makeup Effects: Diana Choi
  • Unit Publicist: Claudia Kalindjian
  • Art Direction: Toby Britton
  • Art Direction: Jonathan Kevin Ong
  • Hair Department Head: Janice Alexander
  • Key Hair Stylist: Patricia DeHaney
  • Hairstylist: Deena Adair
  • Special Effects Makeup Artist: Andre Gilbert
  • Production Manager: Michael Murray
  • Production Manager: Thomas Hayslip
  • Production Coordinator: Mika Saito
  • Art Department Coordinator: Pippa Needs
  • Art Department Coordinator: Laura Pliskin
  • Assistant Art Director: Anna Bregman
  • Assistant Art Director: Robert W. Joseph
  • Property Master: Barry Wilkinson
  • Construction Coordinator: Glen Pangione
  • Property Master: Mychael Bates
  • Greensman: Brandon A. Plonka
  • Scenic Artist: Elizabeth Tomasetti
  • Leadman: Sean Ginevan
  • Set Designer: Jason Kolowski
  • Additional Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Michael Babcock
  • Sound Effects Editor: Randle Akerson
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jeff Sawyer
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Carlos Solis
  • Visual Effects Editor: Nick Dacey
  • Visual Effects Producer: Claudia Dehmel
  • Visual Effects Editor: Reuben Lloyd-Pack
  • Visual Effects Editor: Steve Miller
  • Visual Effects Editor: Christopher Payne
  • CG Supervisor: Julian Foddy
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Paul J. Franklin
  • CG Supervisor: Nicola Hoyle
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Andrew Lockley
  • Sequence Supervisor: Alison Wortman
  • Sequence Supervisor: Maxx Wai In Leong
  • Stunt Coordinator: Sy Hollands
  • Gaffer: Ryan Rodriguez
  • Gaffer: Reuben Garrett
  • Aerial Camera Technician: Dane Bjerno
  • Rigging Gaffer: Ian Franklin
  • Lead Animator: Andrew McEvoy
  • Costume Supervisor: Brendan Handscombe
  • Set Costumer: Lindsay Kouri
  • Set Costumer: David Butler
  • First Assistant Editor: Eric A. Lewy
  • Music Editor: Ryan Rubin
  • Transportation Coordinator: Gary Birmingham
  • Picture Car Coordinator: Tyler W. Gaisford
  • Location Manager: Mark Somner
  • Location Manager: Joaquin Diego Prange
  • Location Manager: Vans Pradeep Singh Rathore
  • Location Manager: James A. Mahathey
  • Location Manager: Jonathan Hook
  • Makeup Artist: Rachel Geary
  • Makeup Artist: Nuria Mbomio
  • Hairstylist: Stephanie Hovette
  • Set Costumer: Christof Roche-Gordon
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Meghan Kasperlik
  • Stunts: Brian Smyj
  • Assistant Editor: Donald Likovich
  • First Assistant Sound Editor: Andrew Bock
  • First Assistant Sound Editor: Linda Yeaney
  • Animation: Dorian Knapp
  • Stunts: Ian Mclaughlin
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Leanne Young
  • Grip: Shaun Lowry
  • Makeup Artist: Audrey Doyle
  • Compositor: Matt Foster
  • Assistant Hairstylist: Tyler Ely
  • Creative Director: Kent Demaine
  • 24 Frame Playback: Monte Swann
  • Lighting Technician: Brian Woronec
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Maria Tortu
  • Costumer: Cathie Valdovino
  • Ager/Dyer: Tyra Youland
  • Extras Casting: Dixie Webster
  • Stunts: Victor Paguia
  • Costume Assistant: Wade Sullivan
  • Aerial Coordinator: Ryan Hosking
  • ADR Mixer: Nick Kray
  • Assistant Director: Sid Karne
  • Grip: Michael J. Prate
  • Key Grip: Tom Prate
  • Rigging Gaffer: Clay Liversidge
  • Assistant Hairstylist: R. Cory McCutcheon
  • Costumer: Diane Collins
  • Assistant Editor: Ben Mills
  • Assistant Editor: Anne O’Brien
  • Armorer: Ryan Washburn
  • Costumer: Jodi Baldwin
  • Stunts: Rex Reddick
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Bob Hall
  • Key Rigging Grip: Blake Pike
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Philip Shanahan
  • Stunts: Dan Brown
  • Grip: Adam Camacho
  • Grip: Shaun Sangkarat
  • Chief Lighting Technician: Jeffrey P. Soderberg
  • Camera Technician: Wayne Baker
  • Production Coordinator: Hilde Odelga
  • Stunts: Aja Frary
  • Stunts: Mark Fichera
  • Hairstylist: Nancy Keslar
  • Modeling: Rhys Salcombe
  • Foley Supervisor: Christopher Flick
  • Driver: Patrick Hogan
  • Hairstylist: Robert Wilson
  • Stunts Coordinator: Scotty Richards
  • Stunts: Marc Scizak
  • Key Costumer: Edward T. Hanley
  • Rigging Grip: Joe Guzman
  • Set Production Assistant: Damiano Fusca
  • Stunts: Chris Cenatiempo
  • Sound Mixer: Ed Novick
  • Stunt Coordinator: Tom Struthers
  • Camera Intern: Joey J. Cook III
  • Assistant Chief Lighting Technician: Larry Sushinski
  • Stunts: Scott Burik
  • Stunts: Mike Burke
  • Stunts: Shane Geraghty
  • Rigging Grip: Balint Pinczehelyi
  • Stunts: Kevin Rogers
  • Stunts: Shawnna Thibodeau
  • Stunts: Caroline Vexler
  • Key Rigging Grip: Kevin Flynn
  • Armorer: Dan Osborne
  • Travel Coordinator: Mark Swenson
  • Executive In Charge Of Production: Mark Scoon
  • First Assistant Director: Nilo Otero
  • Costume Assistant: Sinéad Kidao
  • Post Production Supervisor: David E. Hall
  • Associate Editor: John Lee
  • Costumer: Cesha Ventre
  • Sound Mixer: Mark Goodermote
  • Boom Operator: Brian Robinson
  • Costumer: Tamsin Costello
  • Armorer: Ben Rothwell
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Valdone Koronczi
  • Stunts: Mark Aaron Wagner
  • Electrician: Eamonn Fitzgerald
  • Electrician: Ben Wilson
  • Stunts: Ed McDermott II
  • Electrician: Christopher Ferguson
  • Makeup Artist: Jamie Leigh DeVilla
  • Prosthetic Makeup Artist: Conor O’Sullivan
  • Makeup Artist: Elena Arroy
  • Sound Mixer: Nakul Kamte
  • Line Producer: Dileep Singh Rathore
  • Armorer: Harry Lu
  • Electrician: Peter Brimson
  • Utility Sound: Jerry Yuen
  • Casting Assistant: Dylan Jury
  • Camera Production Assistant: Andy Leo
  • Pilot: David Paris
  • Production Controller: Helen Medrano
  • Costume Assistant: Terry Archer
  • Pilot: Rick Shuster
  • Makeup Artist: Doug Fairall
  • Negative Cutter: Mo Henry
  • Lighting Technician: Eugene Grobler
  • Costumer: Colleen Ehrlich
  • Pilot: Bill Richards
  • Casting Associate: Jennifer Cram
  • Electrician: William MacGhee
  • Ager/Dyer: Jack Taggart
  • Costumer: Sue Crosby
  • Utility Sound: Ben Greaves
  • Set Costumer: Vern Malone
  • Best Boy Grip: Gary Hutchings
  • Costume Coordinator: Kate Chadderton
  • Makeup Artist: Sangeet Prabhaker
  • Electrician: Bruce Sharp
  • Post Production Coordinator: Adam Cole
  • Tailor: Anne Wingate
  • Costume Assistant: Allison Spain
  • Generator Operator: Michael A. Leo
  • Lighting Technician: Mike Gerzevitz
  • Second Assistant “A” Camera: Dan Schroer
  • Ager/Dyer: Steven Porch
  • Digital Compositor: Victor Perez
  • Assistant Editor: Scott Wesley Ross
  • Key Grip: Ryan Monro
  • Hairstylist: Liz Phillips
  • Costumer: Amelia Buhrman
  • Lighting Technician: Jared Wellman
  • Second Assistant Director: Richard Graysmark
  • Makeup Supervisor: Kentaro Yano
  • Second Assistant Director: Brandon Lambdin
  • Payroll Accountant: Lindsey Washington
  • Key Grip: William M. Weberg
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Dominic Drane
  • Electrician: Wailoon Chung
  • Assistant Camera: Farhad Ahmed Dehlvi
  • Prosthetics Sculptor: Sebastian Lochmann
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Kim Fouche-Tipton
  • Costumer: Michelle Christensen
  • Extras Casting: Tammy L. Smith
  • Lighting Technician: Chris Tann
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Boman Modine
  • Lighting Technician: Jamie Garside
  • Production Secretary: David ‘Gus’ Gustafson
  • Key Grip: Ray Garcia
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Katie Stetson
  • Armorer: Ryder Washburn
  • Best Boy Electric: Billy Gamble
  • ADR Mixer: Thomas J. O’Connell
  • Production Coordinator: Daniel Kepler
  • Lighting Technician: Christopher Franey
  • Sound Mixer: Frederic Echelard
  • Assistant Camera: Colin Sheehy
  • Rigging Gaffer: Jon D. Morrison
  • Grip: Jonathan McKeown
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Shannon Cain
  • Modeling: Krzysztof Fus
  • Electrician: Jamie Bruce
  • Electrician: Sean Feehan
  • Tailor: Polly Fossey
  • Electrician: Matt Naughton
  • ADR Recordist: James Hyde
  • Creature Technical Director: Yakov Baytler
  • Generalist: Bret Lu
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Laura Drake Mancini
  • Digital Compositor: Kris Anderson
  • Set Costumer: Damien Quinn
  • Hairstylist: Karen Zanki
  • Electrician: Jean-Pierre Nutini
  • Extras Casting: Grant Wilfley
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Brad Blackbourn
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Max Rees
  • Digital Compositor: Romain Bouvard
  • Lighting Technician: Adrian Mackay
  • Compositing Supervisor: Robin Beard
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Katy Mummery
  • Libra Head Technician: Lance Mayer
  • Lighting Technician: Michael Witczak
  • Compositor: Patrick Michael Burke
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Jeffrey Jasper
  • Compositor: Jessica Clare Smith
  • Payroll Accountant: Jane Trower
  • Digital Compositor: Jon Uriarte
  • Digital Compositor: Zac Campbell
  • Set Costumer: Kortney Lawlor
  • Production Accountant: Jill Hahn
  • Digital Compositor: Thomas R. Steiner
  • Rotoscoping Artist: Aaron Noordally
  • VFX Director of Photography: Mark H. Weingartner
  • Production Coordinator: Michelle Wraight
  • Second Assistant “B” Camera: Adam Dorney
  • Digital Compositor: Igor Fiorentini
  • Digital Compositor: Jeremy Hey
  • Compositor: Vincent Chang
  • Second Assistant Camera: Meg Kettell
  • Digital Compositor: Aled Prosser
  • Costume Assistant: Alex Grace
  • Costume Assistant: Jamie Harvey
  • Modeling: Matthew Bullock
  • Production Secretary: David C. Sales
  • Ager/Dyer: Ashley E. Singer
  • Second Assistant Camera: Amanda Rotzler
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Izzy Field
  • Compositor: Charlotte Merrill
  • Digital Compositor: Kate Porter
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Matthew Salisbury
  • Lighting Technician: Ryan Huston
  • Makeup Artist: Sandi Rowden
  • Assistant Editor: Katie Hedrich
  • Assistant Editor: Ben Renton
  • Lighting Technician: Steve Charnow
  • Best Boy Grip: Charles Ehrlinger
  • Makeup Supervisor: Maggie Elliott
  • Digital Compositor: Oscar Tornincasa
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Kieran Ahern
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Key Hyung Lee
  • Production Secretary: David Halagarda
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Beverly Abbott
  • Compositor: Sangita Mistry
  • Production Coordinator: Suzanna de Miranda
  • Payroll Accountant: Marlene Marks
  • Production Coordinator: Kate Kelly
  • CG Artist: Fernanda Moreno
  • Electrician: Travis Johnston
  • Contact Lens Technician: Sinead Sweeney
  • VFX Artist: Soren Bendt Aaboe Pedersen
  • First Assistant Director: Udayan Baijal
  • CG Artist: Leona Sharkey
  • Musician: Joonas Koivula
  • Rotoscoping Artist: Eleonor Lindvall
  • Second Assistant Director: Samarth Sahni
  • Hairstylist: Lisa Halstead
  • Grip: Jordan Lippert
  • Set Costumer: Gerald Crawford
  • Electrician: Christopher Dorowsky
  • Lighting Technician: Ted Goodwin
  • VFX Artist: Janson Chew
  • Costumer: Jay Barry Matthews
  • Production Secretary: Yuen-Wai Liu
  • Utility Sound: Jamie Gambell
  • Electrician: Robert Skinner
  • Extras Casting: George Moss
  • Hairstylist: Amy McHale
  • Electrician: Tod Olivieri
  • Production Coordinator: Sam Mill
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Matt Sadler
  • Production Accountant: Paresh Behera
  • Electrician: Anthony Goulding
  • 24 Frame Playback: Zane Shapiro
  • Electrician: Zach Mulvihill
  • Grip: Mario Cisneros
  • Assistant Camera: Kevin Pereira
  • Best Boy Grip: Bidhan Chanda
  • Best Boy Grip: Steven R. Paquette
  • Electrician: Adam Benlifer
  • Electrician: Tony Lopez-Cepero
  • Lighting Technician: Scott Compton
  • Grip: Murali Krishna
  • Grip: Brad Leidholdt
  • Hairstylist: Ursula Hawks
  • Hairstylist: Winfrey Izear
  • Costume Assistant: Edwina Sercombe
  • Costume Coordinator: Taylor Marie Good
  • Costumer: Brian Russman
  • Wardrobe Assistant: Shyamalee Sharma
  • Animation: Micha Boström
  • Animation: Peter Driscoll
  • Compositor: Storm Gezentsvey
  • Compositor: Ashvini R. Prabhu
  • Compositor: Garth Reilly
  • Compositor: Ana Gomes
  • Compositor: Olov Samuelsson
  • Digital Compositor: Bahar Cetin
  • Digital Compositor: Zachary Lo
  • Digital Compositor: Antonio Meazzini
  • Digital Compositor: Sam Reed
  • Digital Compositor: Jacqueline Lockley
  • Generalist: Giovanni Mascherpa
  • Generalist: Clement Gerard
  • Matte Painter: Tania Richard
  • Modeling: Vladimir Minguillo
  • Modeling: Gak Gyu Choi
  • Modeling: Terence Lam
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Robert John Davies
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Praveen Ilangovan
  • Rotoscoping Artist: Scott Macieira
  • Rotoscoping Artist: Luis Miguel Ruibal
  • Rotoscoping Artist: Lui Sanchez-Fontillas
  • VFX Artist: Keziah Bailey
  • VFX Artist: Federico Frassinelli
  • VFX Artist: Habib Niazi
  • VFX Artist: Kain Suwannaphin
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Cindy Khoo
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Jake Heggen
  • Visual Effects Technical Director: Jamie Haydock
  • Extras Casting: Jennifer Sabel
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Claire Dempsey
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Melcher Fabi
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Veronika Lee Claghorn
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Mallory Ravotti
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Steven Vago
  • Pilot: John Maloney
  • Production Accountant: Carson R. Cultner
  • Production Coordinator: Alexander Koll
  • Production Coordinator: Rohit Rawat
  • Production Secretary: Matthew Brown

Movie Reviews:

  • Travis Bell: I felt like this was a tremendous end to Nolan’s Batman trilogy. The Dark Knight Rises may very well have been the weakest of all 3 films but when you’re talking about a scale of this magnitude, it still makes this one of the best movies I’ve seen in the past few years.

    I expected a little more _Batman_ than we got (especially with a runtime of 2:45) but while the story around the fall of Bruce Wayne and Gotham City was good I didn’t find it amazing. This might be in fact, one of my only criticisms—it was a long movie but still, maybe too short for the story I felt was really being told. I feel confident in saying this big of a story could have been split into two movies.

    The acting, editing, pacing, soundtrack and overall theme were the same ‘as-close-to-perfect’ as ever with any of Christopher Nolan’s other films. Man does this guy know how to make a movie!

    You don’t have to be a Batman fan to enjoy these movies and I hope any of you who feel this way re-consider. These 3 movies are without a doubt in my mind, the finest display of comic mythology ever told on the big screen. They are damn near perfect.

  • Chris: I personally thought this film is on par if not better than the Dark Knight.

    Whilst some think the film is too long for the story I didn’t find this. The length of the film is longer than some (but doesn’t feel it), I liked that the film took it’s time rather than shoving more elements in it – I think this contributed to the dramatic ending (much like a classical piece of music will be relaxed and calm before the final crescendo).

    At the end of the day whether you like this film will boil down to if you like films Christopher Nolan has directed and/or you like the Christopher Nolan Batman series so far.

    Stupendously good film in my opinion.

  • GeekMasher: The Dark Knight Rises is one of the best movies to come out in 2012. The story compels you to watch it time and time again. It also has I of, I my opinion, the best bad guys in any movie, Bane! Batman was well played as all ways and the cast where well selected. I think this movie is the best batman to see the light of day or the darkest nights (pun intended).
  • Im_Infinity: No doubt that the movie is one of the best movies of this era.
    The film doesn’t lack in whatever it try to do.It has Simple narration with extraordinary Direction,Acting,Music,Cinematography and a lot of qualities.
    Christian Bale is supremely entertaining for sure.
    The person behind the scenes is actually the real core creater of the film yes! The Director Christopher Nolan ❤ .
    The film ofcorse completes with philosophical quality loaded with Lots of Sacrifices.
    This one is the one you surely can’t afford to miss.
    Go watch The Dark Knight.Go now.
  • talisencrw: While it’s clearly not as superlative as its famous predecessor, it’s simply because of both Heath Ledger’s outstanding and Oscar-winning performance, and the character of the Joker’s etching in our collective unconscious as the greatest comic-book villain ever created (with Lex Luthor a very distant second place). This is still a masterwork, and is an excellent coda to the finest filmic trilogy ever made. As great as Christopher Nolan is as a director, and as fine a film as ‘Interstellar’ is, I really don’t know if he’ll ever be able to top his work here, on these three films. But I, for one, am certainly looking forward to finding out…
  • DoryDarko: So here we have it. The end of a trilogy, the end of an era of the universe of Batman through the eyes of Christopher Nolan. And baby, it goes out with a bang…

    Going into the theatre tonight I actually wasn’t sure what I was up for. I loved Batman Begins, but I didn’t actually care that much for The Dark Knight. So the big question was, will TDKR actually be more like the first or the second film? The answer is: neither.

    This third instalment of the Nolan-franchise carries its weight all on its own merits. Despite the lack of any kind of intro or opening credits, there actually is plenty of build-up (partly thanks to the insane opening scene). The foundation for a proper, action-packed story is laid down perfectly, explaining things just enough whilst keeping the viewer intrigued to find out more. But if you thought that Nolan couldn’t surpass his previous work, you will be pleasantly deceived.

    Christian Bale as Batman is terrific. Never before was a superhero so human, so vulnerable. As his mask of intangibility and anonymity slowly starts to crumble, this is a man who questions his reasons to keep being who he is, and he must figure it out before it is too late. Because somebody’s preparing to take him and Gotham down, and he might just be too strong for the Batman…

    This somebody is a character called Bane. As a character, an actor and a performance it must be incredibly hard to follow Heath Ledger’s The Joker, which was easily one of the greatest villains to ever appear on the silver screen. But tonight, Tom Hardy took a swing for the fence… and made it. His performance is thrilling and actually frightening, in the sense that you don’t just *know* you’re supposed to be afraid of this character, you actually FEEL it. He instils a feeling of horror and discomfort that is not rivalled by many other film villains. What I actually liked about his character the most is the fact that unlike Scarecrow, who grew into being a villain, and the Joker, who was just a raving maniac, Bane was actually (literally) born from evil. Born in hell, as it is said in the film. This is not a man, this is a creature. A living, breathing manifestation of evil that cannot be reasoned or negotiated with. Hardy’s performance is masterful. Since his creepy mask is never removed, he, like only a few actors before him, must act without the use of any facial expressions, making his voice is main tool. His manner of speech (and the sound of it through his mask) is enough to send chills down your spine. This is more than just a another villain from a superhero flick, this is a character that just got torpedoed into the top 10 of the greatest antagonists in the history of film. Now I realise that’s a bold statement to make, but you just go and watch TDKR and prove me wrong.

    I would say a slight downside to this film is the overflow of characters, both new and old. Aside from the already familiar characters, three new major ones are introduced. And there are also many characters running along in the margin which may seem not important enough to pay attention to, but actually they are so you need to stay focused.

    I understand the character of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Blake, was written in specifically for him because Nolan wanted him in it. And although as a character he works just fine, it does feel like it was at the expense of Gary Oldman. As a cop, Levitt does everything that Oldman’s character could’ve done, but he spends most of his screen time in the hospital, almost like they wanted to get him out of the way, and that’s really too bad.

    Now, I was extremely excited to see what Nolan had done with Catwoman, because she is one of my favourite film characters. When I heard that she would be played by Anne Hathaway, I had my doubts. I thought she was just way too sweet to pull this off. But I must say, Ms Hathaway did a pretty good job. She is actually much more sly and devious than I thought she could be. The Nolan brothers, on the other hand, disappointed me here. Catwoman isn’t really Catwoman, she’s just a sexy girl in a spandex suit who can kick your ass. Her movements aren’t even typically cat-like… So that was a bit of a letdown.

    I would also like to make a note on Michael Caine. I think his performance here was so much deeper and more character-driven than the other two films. In fact, there is one scene in particular, where he confesses something to Bruce, that almost moved me to tears. And this is actually TDKR’s greatest strength; unlike the other two films, this one deals much more with actual human emotions, it gives us an insight into what actually drives these characters, both heroes and villains alike.

    As much as I would love to, the word-limit restricts me from elaborating more on the characters, so I’ll just move on to the technical stuff. And in that department, actually pretty much everything was perfect. The pacing was very well balanced, and during those 2 ½ hours I didn’t get bored once. Great action scenes alternate with more quiet moments, and the special effects are absolutely awesome. Hans Zimmer once again delivered a terrific score and there was some high quality dialogue. Also in store: a couple of great plot twists and two very cool cameos… There are a few plot holes, but everything else easily makes up for it.

    I highly recommend The Dark Knight Rises. It is a worthy conclusion to the trilogy, and it far exceeded my expectations.
    _(July 2012)_

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: Batman was one of my childhood heroes from the Comic magazines even though the Swedish plonkers, in their infinite stupidity, had renamed him to something as ridiculous “Läderlappen” which basically translates into “patch of leather”.

    Thus, when Christopher Nolan brought us Batman Begins and steered away from the ridiculous comic shows that the previous batman movies (except the first one) had turned into I was thrilled. Unfortunately I was equally disappointed with this one.

    I think the title of the movie is quite misleading since Batman isn’t exactly rising at all but rather sinking. If this would have been a movie about some other “guy” it would probably have been excellent but it isn’t. It’s about Batman and as such I had expected him to be the hero going around beating up the bad guys.

    Instead the movie starts downright boring with Batman having dug himself down into a swamp of melancholy and closed himself off from the world. When he finally starts to appear again he gets pretty much beaten at every turn not to mention conned out of the Wayne fortune. What the f… is that? It isn’t until the end that he starts to be the real Batman and even then it’s not very exciting.

    Actually Batman, as in Batman and not Wayne, is not really in the movie for a good chunk of the time and the real hero in this movie is really the young cop and he sure isn’t a particularly good substitute for the superhero Batman that I was expecting to watch.

    I was struggling with what to give this movie but in the end, since I probably would have thought it to be a good movie if it had not been labelled as a Batman movie, I gave it 5 out 10 stars. At least the special effects where quite okay.

  • Reviewsforlife: “And when it is done, and Gotham is in ashes, then you have my permission to die.” – Bane, the Dark Knight Rises.

    An epic, amazing end to the Dark Knight trilogy, with great acting, numerous complex subplots, a creepy villain, amazing action scenes and a heart-thumping score. I really love this film and consider it one of Nolan’s better works, and I wish more people on the Internet would start giving it more respect.

    Oh, also, I really don’t care about the small plot holes like the magic mechanical leg and Bruce appearing in Gotham when he was at the desert shortly before – do you really want to see ten minutes of Bruce using plastic surgery to fix his bone, or him in a airport going to Gotham?

  • AstroNoud: Even though the plot feels messier than the previous two installments, one cannot resist a smile after the unexpected twist and final scenes, which make ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ a worthy final chapter of Nolan’s epical trilogy.

    9/10

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